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ran by a mad man with a huge ego. >> as a young mother, leslie wilson went to guyana because her husband had taken their son there. in jonestown she found not enough food, not enough sleep, too much fear. >> for me to think i was going to see the age of 21 was a miracle. i didn't think i was going to see 21. >> she recoiled the first time jim jones called together peoples temple members for a suicide drill. >> and i remember him looking at me and me looking, please don't ask me to do this, because we really didn't know if it was real or not. >> on the last morning she said she wanted to take her child on a picnic and started on a day-long trek to a town 30 miles away. >> everyone can look up and see us walking, and i was just shaking. i was so, so frightened. >> for years leslie wilson would not let anyone know she was a jonestown survivor. >> because i would sit at a table sometimes at work, whatever, and they would talk about jonestown, i didn't say a word. i mean, i lived under a veil of secrecy for 20-something years. >> vernon gosney, now a policeman in hawaii, remembers jon
would all die in the mass suicide. among them, leslie wilson's husband joe. larry layton, the lone shooter to survive, would not be paroled from a u.s. prison until 2002. tim carter and his companion spent a few days in a guyana police cell, then were released. four others in jonestown lived through the suicide night. two men were able to sneak away during the slaughter, one of them odell rhodes. >> he was telling people it wasn't painful and that, you know, people had to die with dignity. >> this 76-year-old woman, asleep in the infirmary, was overlooked. so was one elderly man. only 33 left alive out of almost a thousand faithful followers in jonestown that day. the rest came home in metal coffins, as ostracized in death as they had been isolated in life. many of the children could not be identified. other victims went unclaimed. the unwanted, the unnamed were buried on a hillside, more than 400, in a mass grave here in oakland, california. >> i don't think society cared because they were nameless -- they were nameless faces. >> leslie wilson's mother, her niece and nephew are he
money where your mouth is. when a bigshot and big mouth hip-hop rapper or producer ryan leslie lost his laptop he offered a $20,000 reward. if that weren't enough, he you upped his offer to a million bucks. but then guess what? a man found his laptop and returned it. leslie, you said, i was skid kidding with that i will not really pay you. the case ended up in court and leslie lost. fox news legal analyst her said colwin joined my. let me ask you, are you surprised by this? i'm surprised saying i will give a million bucks to anyone that returns my laptop is really binding. >> it is big mouth he has. dude, 20,000, i give you a million. the jury did, what was key though, hey by the way i didn't get everything back. that million dollarses was if i my tracks were on there. ps says, where are they. i returned it. somehow you're claiming there was damaged and your tracks are missing, you will not pay the million dollars. where is the laptop? it is not there? you have to pay. liz: reason it was worth a million bucks that there were songs he had recorded. that's why he wanted it back. he said w
me now for a fair and balanced debate, leslie marshall a fox news contributor, lars larson, a syndicated radio host, and full disclosure, leslie's also married to a doctor, so we don't know if she's conflicted on this issue, but we've done a lot of obamacare discussions with this panel. [laughter] now these employees are coming up, the guy who owns the denny's tells us really, you know, sad story. he says, look, if i had to pay the $5,000 fine that you have to pay if you have more than 50 employees that are full time and don't cover them, he says it would cost me $175,000 per restaurant that i own, they don't even make that, i have no choice but to cut back hours and to pinch the customers a bit more. your thoughts on it, lars? >> well, as we heard from barack obama a long time ago, elections have consequences. and these days people are getting pink slips, and they're being told about the bad news on their health care because of those consequences. it's about as simple as that. i know that leslie thinks that every business owner has a closet full of $100 bills that he just
it into their database. >> reporter: two years ago, leslie told the children's place she was uncomfortable giving them her id just to make an exchange. the children's place told her, it's corporate policy. >> we can't do any returns without an actual id. >> reporter: a policy that's becoming more common. victoria's secret requires a photo i.d. which with or without a receipt. 62% of retailers have similar policies. so where does your information go? well, likely here to the retail equation, a service which tracks how often you bring stuff back and identifies habitual returners. the retail equation says return fraud and renting -- buying an item to wear and return -- costs the industry billions each year. so they are tracking you and all of your returns at all of the stores in their database. do it too often and you may lose your right to bring back your purchases anywhere. >> they have no right, in my view, of swiping my driver's license. >> reporter: congresswoman jackie speier believes the policies are an invasion of privacy and that retailers are gaming the system. california civil code currently a
me now, leslie marshall who's a fox news contributor and lars larson who is a radio host with compass media networks. so you've got jfk was person of the year with time, you've got gandhi and maybe now sandra fluke. your thoughts on that, lars. >> no! jfk, who said ask not what your country can do for you, and now we've got sandra fluke saying my country can buy me birth control for three years of law school at georgetown, of all places, and you know why she picked that school, to send political messages. i'm sure leslie can't explain how sandra fluke could manage to spend $80 or $900 a month -- 100 a month on birth control. it's absurd. megyn, did they teach that class where there's that constitutional provision that guarantees free birth control at taxpayers expense? i must have missed that one. megyn: when i went to law school, the average starting salary was not $260,000 a graduate like it is for graduates out of georgetown law school. now, she's a public interest student, but, you know, she was arguing on behalf of all students there. leslie, is this appropriate? >> i think it's
. >> in a letter to rita williams, leslie sir man time told them to look and they could start lurking if the bone tones out to be garret's. >>> and he had his first nfl start made the most of it on monday night football as the chicago bears were beaten. it s 16-23 and man, 243 yards, 2 touchdowns and the 49ers jumped out to a big lead scoring on each of their first four possessions. final was 32-7. >> it just felt great to be out there on -- out there with the team and we came out on top so it was good >> speak of defense, austin smith had a career high 5.5 sacks, that is the most in monday night history. last night's game had a lot of mean being for a family in their area. coming up, you will hear from the father of the quarterback and the special phone call he receives late sunday night. >> that is what dreams are made of. >> and it was a great game. >> sal, i know you are looking at some major delays on call train -- cal train? >> yes, wee they will calling that person a pedestrian and cal train has hit that person and there are major delays on the system. now we are getting word it can be sto
. >> reporter: when leslie told the children's place she was uncomfortable giving them her identification just to make an exchange, the children's place told her it's corporate policy. >> we can't do any returns unless we have an id. >> reporter: the children's place is not alone. victoria's secret requires a photo i.d. with or without a receipt. according to the national retail federation, 62% of retailers have similar policies. so where does your information go? well, likely here, to the retail equation. a service that tracks how often you bring stuff back and identifies habitual returners. the retail equation says return fraud and renting, buying an item to wear and return, cost the industry billions each year. so they are tracking you and all of your returns at all of the stores in their database. do it too often and you may lose your right to bring back your purchases anywhere. >> they have no right, in my view, of swiping my driver's license. >> reporter: congresswoman jackie speier believes it's an invasion of privacy and retailers are gaming the system. california civil code currently
character leslie plays by amy poehler gets a surprise engagement gift, the opportunity to meet her number one crush. >> how did you do this? >> called in a few favors. >> excuse me here. >> a few hundred favors, mr. vice president. ben wyatt from congressman murray's office. >> dave told me you would be coming by. welcome. >> you're -- my name just came out of your mouth. >> well, yeah, it did. >> well, this isn't happening. this isn't real. >> no, it's happening. and i'm delighted to have you here. on behalf of the president and myself -- >> oh, mr. vice president, i am deeply flattered but there's no way i could take over madam secretary's position. >> i'm confident you could do that job or any other. >> okay, i will. >> the reason you're here is i'm told you've done such a great job in the town of indiana and i want to say congratulations for your public service. >> i just want to say thank. >> you're very welcome. >> you're very welcome. >> you're very handsome. >> you're nuts. >> thank you very much. >> thank you very much. >> we'll see you tomorrow. >> well, you will? >> thank you,
by the support of the goodwin foundation. leslie brooks helped organize the effort. >> it's about a community that understands we have to give back to a community if we're going to continue to be whole. >> each bag is filled with butter, eggs, fried goods and a turkey. oakland's unemployment rate is 17%. it's a significantly higher average. >>> all right. weather, looks like the rain is slacking up for a little while. more later this week, brian? >> we did have a pretty good rain last night. boy, when it rains, it poured. in some places in the bay area, almost two inches of rain up in the mountains. i will show you a few totals in a minute. live towards san jose and the numbers, 49 degrees at concord. livermore has 29. santa rosa with fog. rainfall totals look like this. nevada picked up a fifth of an inch of rain. these totals are from the last several hours. they picked up 1.9 inches of rain. san francisco, half an inch. livermore managed 45- hundredths. winter storm warnings are posted throughout the sierra. a few inches posted about 10,000 feet. still the wind gusts could be up to 45 mile
in the street at 59th and san pablo. leslie phillips wanted to light candles to remember the victim. >> that boy was 19 years old. >> reporter: she runs a group that teaches people how to treat trauma and rushed over yesterday trying to help, but it was too late. >> when we are here yesterday there were 30 people standing around and watch and they didn't know what to do. >> reporter: she one of many fed up with the violence, four homicides reported in less than 24 hours this holiday weekend. >> it's very heart-breaking. i wish there were none. >> reporter: in oakland, cara liu. >> according to the oakland tribune, the two shooting deaths this morning bring the total number of homicides this year in oakland to 115. now that is five more than all of last year, when oakland saw 110 homicides. >>> the all-time high for homicides in oakland was 175 set back in 1992. >>> a 44-year-old man is under arrest after police say he had fatally shot a teenager who had gotten into a fight with his son. he shot and killed a 17-year- old richmond boy this morning outside of a house in vallejo's g
. >> to wash it down, leslie sbrocco has given us wine. not any after taste. >> i'm into this. >>> all right, a family that plays together, stays together. how to bridge the generation gap at your holiday gathering. >>> jackie weaver tells us about her latest film that hollywood is all buzzing about with oscar talk. i got this snapshot thing from progressive, plugged it into my car, and got a discount just for being the good driver i've always been. i'm just out here, snap-shooting it forward. you don't want to have to pay for other people's bad driving, do you? no. with progressive snapshot, you don't have to. i'm going to snap it right now. bam, there it is. goes underneath your dash. keep safe, and keep saving. you know, i won't always be around to save you money. that's why you should get snapshot from progressive. all right, dude! thanks! to the safe go the savings. i just finished a bowl of your new light chicken pot pie soup and it's so rich and creamy... is it really 100 calories? let me put you on webcan... ...lean roasted chicken... and a creamy broth mmm i can still see you. [ mal
coste cost the people more? in the daily beast, leslie gelb said nettanyahu can argue a new israeli offer would be greeted as a sign of weakness, but those rationalizations find less and less resonance worldwide. even among those whose hearts are with israel. so does netanyahu lose something in being so bellicose rather than focusing on another attempt at the peace process? >> he may lose something in his leader, in the eyes of the world opinion, but that doesn't matter so much to him. he has an election two months from now. that matters a lot, and israel doesn't pay a big price for this. what does israel want from the world? it wants support from the united states, from the west for its position. it has that. and the obama administration over the last seven or eight days has repeatedly reiterated that position. it wants markets and access like any other country for its economic activity. it still has that. so israel hasn't yet paid a deep economic price. it has paid a price in uncertainty. it has paid a price in the nervousness and the lives that we were just discussing of the peop
. >> she disappeared from just a few feet away. it's devastating. >> reporter: doug leslie from a neighboring town knew his 15-year-old daughter loren was in trouble when he got a late night phone call. >> i get a call from the cops saying, asking if loren there was. i said what's going on. they said if loren is home somebody is using her i.d. i thought that was strange. >> what does that mean >> they found her i.d. in a vehicle. >> reporter: doug began driving along the highway of tears until he found police lights. his daughter's body had been discovered. >> she was molested. beat over the head with a pipe wrench and her throat was cut. >> who could do such a thing? >> not a human for sure. >> reporter: "48 hours" spent months following the cases along the highway of tears. now after decades of despair there is hope. >> peter, we have a major break in this case and it involves an american. >> peter van sant joins us at the table. what a nice way to end piece. that's a tease. what do authorities know about the american suspect? >> his name is bobby jack fowler. he lived in 11 d
primetime television debut last night on nbc's "parks and recreation." >> you must be leslie. welcome. welcome. >> you're -- my -- my name just came out of your mouth. >> well yeah. it did. >> well, this isn't happening. this isn't real. >> no, it's happening. i'm delighted to have you here. you've done such a great job in your town and the state of indiana. i just want to say congratulations for your public service. >> i just want to say thank you. >> well, you are very welcome. you're very welcome. you're very welcome. >> details of the petraeus sex scandal seem stranger than fiction. you're not alone. comedy central's steven colbert has had enough. >> bottom line it's a soap opera and it is done. we should all move on. >> oh, this is far from over. >> susan lucci! >> oh, yes. and there's more. general petraeus has developed amnesia. and can't remember that he's pregnant! by his own evil twin! who's in a coma. >> that doesn't make any sense. >> how dare you? >> and that does wrap up this hour of jansing & company on a friday. thomas roberts is up next. susan lucci looking good. >> e
much, i'm mary leslie. >> thank you. >> i'm david -- [inaudible] the chief of joint operations. i work at the northwood headquarters. >> thank you. >> commander 12th mechanized brigade and i command a force at helmand. >> james stephenson, i'm currently a member at the royal college of defense studies but came out of afghanistan about two-and-a-half months ago having been deputy commander army within the nato training mission in afghanistan. >> right. well, thank you very much, indeed let's begin by asking a general question. how are things going in helmand in terms of the level of violence? give us a rundown of how things are going and when you think it will get better, stay the same, get worse? who will like to begin? >> i'll start, and then i think i should give the recent task force commander the floor. my judgment is that our progress is being delivered, that we are increasingly seeing an apparatus that is becoming more confident and that the levels of violence are beginning to go down and that we are also seeing much more ownership by the afghan national security forces across th
if they are part of the street. if they are not, we have to do all of this investigatory stuff. and leslie kayaleh the last resort -- and lastly, the last resort would be to sign a provisional about it. i do not think people do the research to see that they can be prosecuted. in 2010 when dan eloida was elected, there were some questionable things going on in bridgeport. i believe in a fair process of voting. i have actually kicked out of the lawyers, or told them that people cannot bring paraphernalia that influences any other boater. -- voter. i am very honest about my job. i am not allowed to stay darn thing about who people should vote for. that is not my job. my job is to make sure the voting is fair. that is what i'm going to be doing tomorrow. i think you guys are leaning toward the democrats. host: michael, by "q geist" who do you mean -- by "you guys" who do you mean? caller: he is more on the side of the republicans that on the democrats. i do not trust this process of these guys checking out the polls because i think the are leaning toward the democrats. everybody does their job and th
on over and over again during the same old thing. it's just crazy. host: a couple more calls. leslie sanchez writes about the gop's latino opportunity, in a wall street journal -- that's from this morning. wayne has been hanging on from cleveland. caller: good morning. i don't think the republican party has to change. i agree with the young lady before me. it is the principle of the party that attracts you to the party. the republican party has a messaging problem. one of the things republican party has done is walk away from teaching. if you go back during the reagan era, he was very eloquent at teaching people the principles of the party. if the party goes out and teaches its principles to all the demographics regardless of the demographics and stands by those principles, nobody wants democratic life. why would we go votes for democratic light if we want the real deal? the republicans need to get their principal straight and talk to people about their principles. host: in the post today -- ashley is calling from georgia. caller: good morning. i don't think the republican party need
force will continue to tire leslie pursue justice in this matter. i'd like to personally thank task force director john beretta who has done an absolutely remarkable job in leading this investigation as well as the many fine prosecutors from the criminal division, the environment and natural resources division, the u.s. attorney community and the many talented federal and state law enforcement agents who have worked so hard for so long to develop these cases. i would like to thank our colleagues at the securities and exchange commission for their important parallel investigation. with that i would like to turn it over now to my friend and colleague, the director of enforcement at the f.c.c. thank you. >> thank you. i'm director of enforcement at the f.c.c. today we are announcing that b.p. has agreed to pay more than a half billion dollars that it misled investigators about the rate of oil flowing during the deep water horizon disaster. the $525 million penalty represents the third largest civil penalty aftersaysed and those fund will be used to compensate harmed investors for losse
back here. >> high, leslie griffin with the alliance for health care competitiveness. dr. embrey, you mentioned it, a couple times in response to my trust are probably the panelists could say a word or two about the role the private sector plays in working with the u.s. military and efforts to export our body of health care knowledge to other countries. >> now, it was addressed to me. operationally i'm a big policy want, so i very rarely have an opportunity to engage at the ground level. i know that there aren't a lot of nongovernmental organizations, which would include industry partners that offered generously their resources to support needs of the affected population, whether it's drugs or supplies or whatever. there are innumerable work of nations out there that specifically their mission is to receive process and deliver donations both financial personnel and material to those making decisions on the response. this specifically i get below the state level of dirt and pretty. >> most of our experience has been again during routine engagement, more specifically large disaster resp
first responders who have worked tire leslie following hurricane sandy. -- tirelessly following hurricane sandy. more details about the trip will be announced when they are available. >> new york city or new york area? >> new york area. >> earlier today the president convened a call with homeland security, fema chief of staff and other senior members of his team. on the call the president received an update on the latest response and recovery efforts in the affected area. he also heard from fema administrator on the latest efforts to meet the continuing power and fuel challenges facing affected communities as well as ongoing work of the governors and their teams for housing solutions for the families. administrator is in new york surveying damage and ongoing response recovery efforts t. president directed his team to bring all available resources to bear to support our state and local partners and not allow red tape to stand in the way of federal support that can be provided t. president will continue to receive updates on the response and recovery efforts from his team. and wit
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